Member of a family of planters in Miss., and wife of the Rev. Dr. William May Wightman (1808-1882), chancellor of Southern University at Greensboro, Ala
Collection contains one diary. Topics include social, family, and religious life, the Methodist Church in Macon, Miss., trips to Ala., plantation life, steamboat and road travel, the Centenary Institute in Summerfield, and the Macon Female Institute. The diary captures Miss Davies' change from an adolescent to adulthood, and many of her feelings are expressed in detail. Formerly known as the Maria Dyer Davies Diary
byKelly, Jamie; Kelly, Jamie. Let's pretend this never happened; Kelly, Jamie. My pants are haunted!; Kelly, Jamie. Am I the princess or the frog?; Kelly, Jamie. Never do anything, ever?; Kelly, Jamie. Can adults become human?